It turns out I had photographed this disused and threatened industrial monolith on Dupont, albeit not very well.

Red brick building has row of windows across its entire third floor and MONO LINO TYPESETTING in metal Plantin type over the raised front entrance

I am daunted by the prospect of having to write a full history of this place, which I called on the telephone as a teenager. I could hear a lot of industrial sounds in the background as I asked the woman (yes) for as many specimen books as they could possibly airlift to New Brunswick.

(Then later I shot the place with a better camera.)

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